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Oregon State Beavers spring practice news & previews

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Spring Preview: Receivers + Tight Ends [Beaver Blitz]: "If there is one area on the Beavers roster aside from the offensive line that is a bright spot, it is wide receiver. The Beavers return a bevy of young talent, who also have experience on the field. If anything the Beavers have so many potential playmakers, the coaches may have to juggle to get them all on the field."

ILB coach Tuiaki adds special teams duties [Beaver Football]: OREGON STATE's Gary Andersen announced Monday that Ilaisa Tuiaki has added the duties of special teams coordinator to his role as inside linebackers coach for the Beavers."

5 storylines to watch as Oregon State Beavers begin spring practice [Gina Mizell, OregonLive]: "A brand-new coaching staff automatically provides plenty of intrigue and interest. But the Beavers are also looking to fill plenty of key spots from last season's 5-7 squad, including at quarterback and all over the defense."

Getting to know Gary Andersen's Oregon State football staff: Defensive coordinator Kalani Sitake [Gina Mizell, OregonLive]: "Over the next few weeks, The Oregonian will introduce readers to each member of Gary Andersen's new Oregon State football staff. We will have informational capsules on every staffer before posting a series of in-depth profiles."

Spring Practice Starts At Oregon State [AndyPanda, Building the Dam]: Spring football practice will be mostly kept under wraps. Despite new head coach Gary Andersen's early statement that practices would be mostly open for stakeholders to take in, most of the spring sessions won't be, with only the Saturday sessions accessible.